The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communication and Media Arts is a trans-disciplinary program intended to prepare the next generation of professionals in the fields of communication and media. The School of Communications maintains labs that offer state-of-the-art facilities to allow students to practice professional skills they learn in the classroom. With a major in graphic design, journalism, English, or communications those interested in a career in arts and communications can consider becoming a graphic designer, publishing editor or broadcaster.
A degree in Humanities will provide you with the skills and knowledge to form compelling arguments, a vast understanding of human history and the shared human experience. Arts and communications careers are for people who enjoy expressing themselves through design, literature or language.
Learners will identify areas of strength and areas where skills need to be further developed in order to meet the expectations of the industry. Students complete specified units of study in media and communications over four years and a major from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Table A subject areas which can be completed as a two or three year defined sequence of study.
Having worked for 30 years supporting people who are deafblind, sensory impaired or who have communication support needs, we have learned that communication is a dynamic, free-flowing process in which all parties share equal responsibility. The EMAC curriculum offers concentrations in Digital Storytelling (Animation, Video, Game Design), Graphic Design, Interaction Design, Marketing Communication and Design, and Sound Design and Popular Culture.
Understand how socio-historical changes and technological evolution influences mass communication theories and vice versa. You explore a wide range of applied arts disciplines: photography, graphic design, digital animation, printing, video and audio production.